Arts & Culture
Texas has a way of doing everything big. Dallas’ New Year’s Eve celebrations are no exception. Read on for some of the best vantage points for this year’s fireworks display.
The holidays are a special time that remind us of the many blessings we have received. Now, it is time to give back to those less fortunate around the DFW area.
Seven of the city’s finest performing arts institutions worked together for the first time to create the Dallas Performing Arts Sampler Series.
One need not be religious to hear the uplifting voices of some of DFW’s best choruses. Read on for a list of the best of the best in the DFW area when it comes to choirs.
North Texas has its share of nationally and internationally known poets who are published or perform at slams and other events. Here is a short list of some of DFW’s best poetic artists.
Whether you are a veteran or not, the DFW area has plenty of activities to commemorate Veterans Day. Celebrate our brave soldiers this year with the following events.
To find a world-renowned divination artist or instructor, one does not have to look far. Here is a list of some of the best divination artists — real fortune tellers — in the DFW area.
Some of the best theatrical performances can be found from budding actors, writers and directors at local universities. Find out where to catch the best productions.
There have been reports of spirits and spooks around Dallas and Fort Worth since the cities came into existence. From hotels and theaters to parks and bars, if you feel a strange presence, it might be a ghost letting you know you’re not alone.
In our fast-paced world, it is nice to stop, take a break, enjoy a cup of coffee and read a book. Here are a few places to consider the next time to want to take time out for you.
The art scene has never been hotter, with new artists emerging and galleries opening constantly. If you are an art lover, then you will want to follow these Twitter accounts.
September 15 through October 15 marks Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. The Dallas/Fort Worth area is observing this month with several events to help educate the public about Mexico’s Independence Day (Sept. 16) as well as the cultural richness of Hispanic heritage.